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  1. #751
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    Ms. Stacy sent me a PM yesterday. Got that local LBS thing covered. Hope to meet her someday. Hey, Stacy, you like pizza and beer?
    Frends know gud humors when dey is hear it. ~ Da Crockydiles of ZZE.

  2. #752
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    pizza & beer

    Always looking for good pizza & beer!!

  3. #753
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    Pizza: yum
    Beer: yuk
    yes, I'm strange...
    the only beer I'll drink is the "root" kind!


    ...Welcome Stacy....glad to see you here and hope to meet you someday!
    "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." --Albert Einstein

  4. #754
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    But root beer is hideous and beer, if you believe Benjamin Franklin (as one must in this instance), is proof that God loves us.

    P.S. Welcome new folks!
    Drink coffee and do stupid things faster with more energy.

  5. #755
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    tlkiwi sez "But root beer is hideous"

    not this stuff ;-)

    http://tksoda.com/main.php3?primNavIndex=0&

    or....

    http://www.steelheadrootbeer.com/


    "and beer, if you believe Benjamin Franklin (as one must in this instance), is proof that God loves us. "

    depends on the beer
    Custom Road bike ~ Mondonico Futura Legero
    Found on the road ~ Motobecane Mixte
    N+1 new bike ~ Salsa Vaya
    Commuter ~ Soma Buena Vista Mixte

    http://madeinusareviews.blogspot.com/

  6. #756
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    "and beer, if you believe Benjamin Franklin (as one must in this instance), is proof that God loves us. "

    depends on the beer [/QUOTE]


    She must REALLY love us in Seattle and Portland, then!

  7. #757
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    well... hello !

    Real name: Chay
    Where do you live? Singapore

    Explanation of your handle: I'm born in the year of Ox under the chinese horoscope.

    Explanation of your avatar: later ..

    Age (general or specific) early 30ish ..

    Occupation: IT manager

    Favorite bike: The color of T-mobile's team bike + Look !

    What's in your stable? Road - Fondriest Megalu, MTB - Giant XTC

    Fastest speed on a road bike? where? when? Can't remember .. something like 46 on a big downslope once

    Another picture of yourself or your ride? Coming soon ...

    What is the biggest lie you've ever told: I can't remember.

    Most memorable moment on my bike: uhmm.. the falls I had when I first started using clip-ons on my bikes. I still have the scars to "show off"


    Most fun ever had on a bike? All the biking trips to Malaysia

  8. #758
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek420
    "and beer, if you believe Benjamin Franklin (as one must in this instance), is proof that God loves us. "

    depends on the beer
    Well, I kinda figure that if it's available nationwide in the US, it doesn't really deserve to be called beer. The microbrews referred to by veloputt on the other hand... :drool:
    Drink coffee and do stupid things faster with more energy.

  9. #759
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    hello

    Hi, ladies! I've been lurking quite a while and wanted to introduce myself before the new year. I've learned a lot from all your advice and look forward to participating more.

    Real name: Emily.

    Where do you live? Phoenix, Ariz.

    Explanation of your handle: My favorite doll when I was little was Thumbellina. My handle is a combination of her name and mine.

    Explanation of your avatar: coming.

    Age (general or specific): 25.

    Occupation: journalist.

    Favorite bike: I don't have one yet, but I'm very happy with my only bike so far.

    What's in your stable? Trek 2100.

    Fastest speed on a road bike? where? when? 32.8 mph, down a long, gradual hill near Lake Pleasant this fall. Near the bottom of the hill, I heard a hissing sound -- it was a rattlesnake about a foot away from my bike! Believe me, I picked up the pace.

    Another picture of yourself or your ride? also coming...

    What is the biggest lie you've ever told: That feels so good!

    Most memorable moment on my bike: Climbing to the top of South Mountain. You gain about 1,100 feet in 5.5 miles. I've never wanted so badly to get off my bike, but I really felt accomplished after I finished!

    Most fun ever had on a bike? The first time I rode at night. I loved the connection with my bike; it was the first time I felt like we were working completely together.

  10. #760
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    Quote Originally Posted by tlkiwi
    Well, I kinda figure that if it's available nationwide in the US, it doesn't really deserve to be called beer.
    Blasphemous words! I had a Coor's Light, yuck, after my only race this year. Geez, it never tasted soooo good. I downed it like a soda pop and I don't drink alcohol very often or very much at a time.

  11. #761
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    Getting to know

    Real name: Julie Anne
    Where do you live? Vancouver BC
    Explanation of your handle: my name in Spanglish after some sangria and tequilla
    Explanation of your avatar: Charged ions
    Age (general or specific) 47 sketchie years
    Occupation: Key Account Manager, technology
    Favorite bike: Princess Pinkerella (True North custom made)
    What's in your stable? Vintage Bianchi (Celeste), Vintage Schwinn cruiser, Mielle converted to spiked-ice-tyre communter warrior, a fixie track, three single speeds, two race bikes, THREE custom made True North bikes (mountain, single speed and road)
    Fastest speed on a road bike? where? when? 106 kilometers/hour, August 19th 2005, down Cypress Mountain
    Another picture of yourself or your ride? yikes no

    What is the biggest lie you've ever told: Said I could bungie jump just to get a date. Vomit.

    Most memorable moment on my bike: Stayed upright on a teeter totter!
    Most fun ever had on a bike? Rode to Creemore Ontario for a beer with good friends.

  12. #762
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    8 bikes? welcome to the board 8-)

    Is that a record here anyone?
    Custom Road bike ~ Mondonico Futura Legero
    Found on the road ~ Motobecane Mixte
    N+1 new bike ~ Salsa Vaya
    Commuter ~ Soma Buena Vista Mixte

    http://madeinusareviews.blogspot.com/

  13. #763
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    Quote Originally Posted by pkq
    I had a Coor's Light, yuck, after my only race this year. Geez, it never tasted soooo good. I downed it like a soda pop.
    That's because it is basically soda pop But I'll bet it was very refreshing.

    I've seen time and time again that even humdrum food tastes wonderful after a long ride. Heck, maybe I'd even enjoy a Coors Light after a ride. Especially if it was the only beer available ...

  14. #764
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    Quote Originally Posted by Choolie
    Most fun ever had on a bike? Rode to Creemore Ontario for a beer with good friends.
    Goodness, that's quite a distance for a beer! A woman after my own heart.

    Let me guess, it probably wasn't a Coor's Light ...

    ( pkq, you may feel free to slap me upside the head for that if and when we ever meet )

  15. #765
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek420
    8 bikes? welcome to the board 8-)

    Is that a record here anyone?
    Uh, 2 town bikes, 3 mtbs, 3 road bikes and 1/2 a tandem.
    Frends know gud humors when dey is hear it. ~ Da Crockydiles of ZZE.

 

 

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